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Vaping in Canada

Canada: drop in smoking partly attributed to rise in vaping

Amidst talk of toxic emissions, the gateway effect in teens and other unsound theories, for the recent few years some anti-smoking groups and government...

The most and least vaping friendly cities in the US

Researchers from think tank R Street Institute have created Vapescore.org, an interactive database which rank 52 U.S. cities on their friendliness to vaping. “While...

BAT suggests regulations to bridge vaping products

The author of this article is a spokesperson from British American Tobacco, (BAT), the second largest tobacco manufacturer in the US, who is greatly...

Tips on how to successfully use e-cigs to quit smoking

The article started off by making reference to the study published by Public Health England in 2015, which found vaping to be at least...

E-cigs included in Uk tobacco control survey

In October 2015, a legislation was passed prohibiting the sale of nicotine containing products to under 18s. In an attempt to examine the local...

EU Commission launches public consultation on Ecigs

The Directorate-General for Taxation and Customs Union of the EU Commission is launching a public consultation on "the structure and rates of excise duty applied to...

Clive Bates: An incredible regulatory process for Ecigs in the USA

Interviewed by Patricia Kovacevic, General Counsel and Chief Compliance Officer at Nicopure Labs, Clive Bates is questioned about his perspective of the regulatory framework the e-cigarette...

Released: New book on Analytical Assessment of Ecigs

"It is an honor for me to present you the book titled: "Analytical Assessment of e-Cigarettes: From Contents to Chemical and Particle Exposure Profiles". Analytical...

CoP7: Again an unfair assessment of Ecigs in a harm-reduction context

No good basis on ENDS/ENNDS to ensure success New Delhi's CoP7 to the WHO FCTC is over and leaves a bitter taste to vapers who will...

COP 7 urges tighter regulations and MasterCard cracks down on vape vendors

WHO COP 7 “invites” governments to ban vaping The World Health Organisation’s COP 7 conference, which met last week in New Delhi, has maintained its...
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